The period of national mourning for the death of queen elizabeth, who passed away on September 8th at the age of 96 is coming to an end. And we’re already thinking about the coronation of the new king, Charles III. According to the first rumors about the ceremony, it doesn’t seem to be in the name of luxury but out of respect for tradition. In the meantime, the plan would have already begun “Golden Sphere (Golden Globe)”, symbol of royal power. The plan serves to organize the coronation ceremony in every detail.
For now – as reported in the Journal – all we know is that the ceremony was able to go ahead next June 2nd, a date of profound historical value as it marks the 70th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth’s coronation in 1953. However, it seems certain that Charles will not wait 16 months to be crowned like his mother did. In fact, Elizabeth acceded to the throne on February 6, 1952, when her father George VI died, but was not crowned until the following year.
According to a source overheard by the Chron, this ceremony will “shorter, it will take place as soon as possible, it will not be a big ceremony, it will have a lower cost and respect the different communities and religious denominations. The Chron also recalls that Queen Elizabeth’s coronation – with 8,000 guests – cost £1.57million. The event, starring Charles as the protagonist, takes place in Westminster Abbey because tradition dictates. But it seems certain that the whole ceremony will be broadcast Live on TV and on social media. Camilla, on the other hand, was to be crowned Queen’s consort.